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A growbag is a large plastic bag filled with a growing medium and used for growing plants, usually tomatoes or other salad crops. The growing medium is usually based on a soilless organic material such as peat, coir, composted green waste, composted bark or composted wood chips, or a mixture of these.

Grow bag

A growbag is a large plastic bag filled with a growing medium and used for growing plants, usually tomatoes or other salad crops. The growing medium is usually based on a soilless organic material such as peat, coir, composted green waste, composted bark or composted wood chips, or a mixture of these.

Growbag tray

Capable of holding a full size grow bag, the Garden Tray is made from strong, recycled polypropylene and has shallow, horizontal ridges to improve drainage. Its tough, injection molded design assures a long life and happy plants.

Seedling tray

Seedling tray that once filled with soil or compost and is used for planting seeds in. It is also called as cell tray or cavity tray and widely used in agriculture and horticulture. Cell trays are used by commercial growers to produce seedlings for planting out garden plants.

Organic fertilizers

Organic fertilizers are fertilizers derived from animal matter, animal excreta (manure), human excreta, and vegetable matter (e.g. compost and crop residues). Naturally occurring organic fertilizers include animal wastes from meat processing, peat, manure, slurry, and guano.

Organic pesticides and fungicides

Salicylic acid is necessary for activating a plant’s immune system to respond to threats. Potassium silicate is a natural fungicide, insecticide and miticide. The essential oils used in the foliar spray have a variety of anti-fungal and pesticide properties.

Gardening tools

Gardening tools are the tools made for gardens and gardening and overlaps with the range of tools made for agriculture and horticulture. Garden tools can also be hand tools and power tools.

pH sensor

PH meter, electric device used to measure hydrogen-ion activity (acidity or alkalinity) in solution. Fundamentally, a pH meter consists of a voltmeter attached to a pH-responsive electrode and a reference (unvarying) electrode.

Coco peat

As a growing medium similar to sphagnum peat, coco peat, also called coir or coir dust, provides an alternative to potting soil featuring high water retention, suitable aeration and antifungal benefits.

Net pots

Commonly used in hydroponic gardening, net pots are used to anchor the plants in the system. They can be used with or without a grow medium. Hydroponic net pots are often reusable and made from rigid plastic mesh to promote drainage and air circulation.

Clay balls

Clay balls are a growing medium that is most often used in hydroponic gardening. In this type of gardening, soil is replaced by nutrient-rich water, but the plants may still need a stabilizing medium for their root structures to grow.Clay balls are also known as expanded clay pebbles or hydroton.

Nutrient solution

The hydroponic nutrient solution is the sole source of nutrients to the plant.The pH of the hydroponic nutrient solution and its effect on uptake of nutrients by plants.Nitrogen phosophorous and pottassium are the main nutrients used in hydroponics.

Seeds and seedlings

To put it simply, a seed is a seed ‘“ a tiny embryonic plant that is encapsulated in a shell called the seed coat. On the other hand, a seedling is also a seed but has just sprouted. It is therefore a baby or an infant plant.